I'm doing the simplest graphics for a short cooperate film- a layer based timeline showing different important moments in the company history. I made the layers in photoshop and imported it into Premiere. I nested the layer to make them move the same and used keyframe position markers to make the timeline move into the frame > slow down > glide for a while > and then rush out.
But during the ""gliding" part, it suddenly decides to change direction and glide back i bit than change direction again and fall in to the right path all dough i did´t added any keyframes telling it to do so. Why?
My psd- file has the proportions 2200x1080 - i needed the extra pixels to "glide on" - but i can't see that i would be a problem.
I imported the psd-file as a sequense.
In my nested sequence I added a title layer with all the text graphic.
I am having a similar problem. I have just run into a host of issues when adding scale and position keyframes to a video layer. It would appear that Premiere simply has bugs in one of its most basic, fundamental functionalities. Pretty troubling that this kind of thing could go unfixed for so long. Apparently this is not a new issue. I hope Adobe realizes that having a wide array of tools and abilities does not do you much good when you pay so little attention to fundamental flaws/bugs